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I want to share why the passage of General Obligation Bond “D” in the Nov. 2 general election should make sense to the citizens of Los Alamos. General obligation bonds are funded by property taxes collected by the state.
For example, residents will pay $9.98 per year on property with an assessed value of $100,000 – less than $1 per month.
If Bond D passes, it will make $155.2 million available for colleges and universities in the state, including $750,000 for the renovation of the science laboratories at UNM-LA.
With the passage of Bond D, UNM-LA plans to renovate and upgrade the science laboratories, including improvements in work station configuration, updating testing equipment, the installation of new safety eye wash stations, improvements to the chemical storage area, the installation of new hoods and venting and the incorporation of SMART classroom technology.
Updated biology, chemistry, physics and environmental and earth and planetary sciences labs are essential to the programs and courses that are the focus of our mission as a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) oriented campus.
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